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YESHUA (JESUS), as the Passover Lamb had to meet certain requirements: His conception, birth, ministry, and death had to follow a defined timeline. This timeline is set by ELOHIM and is called "Appointed Times" and are stated in Leviticus 23 and Deuteronomy 16. By studying the Bible and understanding the Jewishness of the Bible, we can determine when YESHUA was conceived, when He was born, what day He became the Passover Lamb, what day His Ministry started, and what day He was crucified; it wasn't "Good Friday". By this study you will know when the Jewish "First day of the week" starts?There are some teachings about YESHUA (JESUS) that are taught as "Doctrine" by Pastor's, Rabbi's, Theologians, Commentaries, and others that do not line up with the Bible. In YESHUA, Lamb of the First Year, we can show using the Bible when some of these critical events about YESHUA happened. Could YESHUA'S conception and birth happen on any given day? Or, did they line up with ELOHIM'S "Appointed Times"? His birth date would determine when He could start His Ministry The Gospel of John is three separate writings, not one writing. The Gospel of John, when put in chronological order will line up with the Gospels of Matthew, Mark, and Luke; showing one Passover, not three different Passovers.